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NCR's two reporters on the ground in Poland are providing daily reports from World Youth Day and Pope Francis' visit to the land of John Paul II.

The conventions are over; let the contest begin! This is what we think.

Opinion: Tim Kaine’s candidacy revives a Catholic civil war on abortion By Michael McGough

Cardinal Pell, Vatican finance minister, rejects latest abuse allegations

Dublin archbishop rebukes Cardinal Burke's comments on Islam

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Sisters urge UN to remember grassroots work in pursuing development goals

Commentary: God in the midst of pain by Sr. Ilia Delio

Guam: A public hearing was held yesterday morning on Bill 326-33 which seeks to eliminate the statute of limitations for civil claims involving sexually abused children. Archbishop Anthony Apuron was suspended from ministry earlier this month pending investigation of allegations of abusing minors in the 1980s.

Vatican City: Cardinal Pell calls for investigation into conduct of police over sex abuse allegations. He thinks Victoria police leaked case documents to the media.

Church of Ireland officials say cosmetic commercial shot on cathedral steps was done without their consent. And they don't like it.

Bridging two worlds at the 2nd Vatican conference on impact investing

Sr. Christine Schenk asks: "Will we build the common good or destroy the bonds that unite us?"

Sanctuary movement revived to shelter immigrants from deportation

Redemptorist celebrates quarter-century journey with Kmhmu'


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